The Weekend of Oct. 4 - 6
Get away from the grind to the beautiful Ozarks and connect with other college students and with God! There are large group events with speakers and music, sports (sand volleyball, ultimate frisbee, football, etc.), hayrides, paddle boats, canoes, spectacular scenery to explore, a coffee house with snacks and games, and bonfires (with S'mores, of course)!
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Good to Knows...
COST: $35 for Freshmen and $60 for others if you register (with a $20 non-refundable deposit) by 11:59 PM Friday, September 27th. $70 after that.
If you’d like to pay with a credit card, please pay the full amount online because we won’t have credit/debit card machines or ATMs at Fall Getaway. Latecomers CAN STILL REGISTER at camp with cash or a check.
SPEAKER: Our main speaker is Brandon Washington! Brandon is a native of Dallas Texas, and currently serves as the pastor of preaching and vision at the Embassy Church in Denver. He has been the main speaker at several Cru Winter Conferences, and is known for his dynamic and Gospel-centered teaching.
FOOD: All meals Saturday and breakfast on Sunday are included! There will be plenty of snacks in between. Dinner Friday and lunch Sunday are on you!
DIRECTIONS: If you’re a driver, please go to http://goo.gl/WiO0Ek, click on "Map", and print that page for accurate directions (it’s easy to miss a couple of turns).
START & END TIMES: Check-in is from 4:00-7:00 PM on Friday. Traffic coming out of St. Louis can be rough, so give yourself an extra hour. Fall Getaway is over by Noon on Sunday.
RIDES: Rides will be coordinated by each campus’s staff and student leaders.
LODGING: Sleeping rooms consist of bunk beds & camp mattresses. Each room has its own bathroom. Tent camping is available if you or a friend brings a ten.There are roofs to sleep under; however, if you’d like to sleep in a tent, please make sure that you or a friend brings a tent (we won’t be providing any).
WHAT TO PACK: Toiletries (including soap and shampoo), Bedding/sleeping bag & pillow, towel, warm clothing for the evenings, athletic/grubby clothing & shoes (if you’re the active type), journal & pen, Bible (if you have one), and rain jacket (if you have one).
Remember, it’s never too late to bring a friend! See you there!